Spring Break Costa Rica 2005, New Generation of Spring Breakers Opt for More Exotic Locations

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Spring Break is a billion dollar industry for resorts, hotels, and bars. Each Year Spring Breakers flock in the thousands to sun-kissed beaches in Mexico, the Bahamas and Florida. Today's students are searching for new and exotic destinations to escape to. NeedSpringBreak.com is filling this need with its all-inclusive trips to Costa Rica.

Spring Break is a billion dollar industry for resorts, hotels, and bars. Each year Spring Breakers flock in the thousands to sun-kissed beaches in Mexico, the Bahamas and the U.S. This trend has been taking place for over thirty years and it keeps getting bigger and bigger. However today’s students are seeking more exotic locations and are discovering the allure of Costa Rica.

NeedSpringBreak.com’s President Wes Melcher whose company specializes in Spring Break in Costa Rica says "We will sell out every room we have available for 2005." Need Spring Break.com receives almost 10,000 hits a week leading up to Spring Break in March.

Most College students are seen as Dollar Signs to huge Spring Break companies who tend to over-promise and under-deliver on claims of having the biggest and best Spring Break. The commercial impact of Spring Break is now being felt on beaches around the globe.

Costa Rica who has seen one of the biggest tourism booms in recent years is popular among surfers and students who visit the country for the beautiful beaches, abundant wildlife, picturesque sunrises and laid back atmospheres. Playa Del Jaco is the closest beach to the capital of San Jose where most major air carriers have several daily non stop flights. Jaco is one of the worlds premier surfing destinations with several bars and clubs that beckon to young travelers throughout North America.

Students also visit Costa Rica because of the low cost of transportation food and lodging. For Spring Break, Students often spend less than half of what they would have spent on an identical trip to Cancun. NeedSpringBreak.com’s President Wes Melcher says, “A student can spend 7 nights in Costa Rica all-inclusive with airfare for under $800 dollars. That’s like a hundred dollars a day”. Spring Break 2005 is approaching and will be the biggest ever and students don’t have to spend more than ever to travel to an exotic location and have the time of their life. What you choose is up to you.

For further information on Spring Break 2005 in Costa Rica, visit http://www.needspringbreak.com or call 1 866-668-9037

Need Spring Break.com is a U.S. based travel agency specializing in Student travel.

Contact Information:

Joe Tayem

NeedSpringBreak.com

1-866-668-9307

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